MDH Breaks Silence On Spices’ Ban; Says Didn’t Receive Test Reports From Singapore, Hong Kong

MDH Breaks Silence On Spices’ Ban; Says Did not Obtain Check Experiences From Singapore, Hong Kong

Meals security regulators in Hong Kong and Singapore lately imposed a ban of some merchandise of Indian spices’ manufacturers, MDH and Everest after these had been allegedly discovered to include ethylene oxide, a cancer-causing pesticide.

'Asli Masale Sach Sach': MDH Breaks Silence On Spices' Ban; Says Didn't Receive Test Reports From Singapore, Hong Kong
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Indian spice-maker MDH Sunday issued a press release on the ban imposed on a few of its merchandise by meals security authorities in Singapore and Hong Kong, claiming that reviews suggesting that Ethylene Oxide— a cancer-causing pesticide– was discovered of their spices, are “unfaithful” and “lack proof”.

“We the producers of MDH spices, we state that amidst speculations doing spherical that there’s presence of ETO in our merchandise, we make clear and state unequivocally that these claims are unfaithful and lack any substantiating proof,” the corporate stated in an official launch.

‘Baseless claims, lack proof’

The spice-maker asserted that neither the FSSAI nor the Spice Board of India, have obtained any check reviews from the authorities in Singapore or Hong Kong within the matter.

“Moreover, MDH has not obtained any communication from regulatory authorities of Singapore or Hong Kong. Our assertion is additional supported by the truth that nodal regulatory authorities such because the Spice Board of India and FSSAl haven’t obtained any communication or check reviews from Hong Kong or Singapore authorities concerning this matter,” MDH stated.

They stated that the shortage of check reviews, “reinforces the truth that the allegations towards MDH are baseless, unsubstantiated, and never backed by any concrete proof”.

‘Ethylene Oxide not used at any stage’

The corporate assured customers that Ethylene Oxide will not be used of their spices at any stage of processing, packing or storing.

“We reassure our consumers and customers that we don’t use Ethylene Oxide (ETO) at any stage of storing, processing, or packing our spices. Our spectacular 105-year previous legacy of offering high-quality merchandise, emphasizes our dedication in sustaining the belief of our customers.”

‘Asli Masale Sach Sach’

“MDH’s dedication to high quality and security shines via in our dedication to upholding the requirements set by our late founding chairman, Mahashay Dharampal Gulati Ji whose legacy is being carried forwards by his son Mahashay Rajeev Gulati Ji Chairman MDH Group. Their ethos of solely selling and promoting merchandise that they themselves would devour underscores the corporate’s unwavering deal with producing protected and wholesome spices,” the corporate’s release- stated additional.

“MDH Group reassures their customers that we abides by Well being and security requirements, each domestically and internationally. MDH tagline, “Asli Masale Sach Sach, MDH MDH,” and “Actual Spices of India,” mirror the corporate’s real dedication to offer genuine, high-quality spices to their clients,” it added.

Hong Kong, MDH ban Indian spices

Meals security regulators in Hong Kong and Singapore lately imposed a ban of some merchandise of Indian spices’ manufacturers, MDH and Everest after these had been allegedly discovered to include ethylene oxide, a cancer-causing pesticide, past permissible limits.

Following the ban, India had sought particulars from the meals security regulators of those international locations in addition to the 2 Indian spice-makers.

Officers stated the Commerce Ministry has issued instructions to Indian embassies in Singapore and Hong Kong to ship an in depth report on the matter, and likewise sought particulars from the Indian corporations — MDH and Everest, whose sure merchandise have been banned by the 2 international locations.



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